8 firefighters injured in FDNY firehouse blaze

8 firefighters hurt in firehouse blaze
By Jotham Sederstrom
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

Saturday, November 29th 2008, 12:29 AM



Firefighters battle a blaze - at their own firehouse in Harlem.



A blaze broke out inside a Manhattanville firehouse Friday, injuring eight firefighters, including a chief.


The two-alarm fire, which began around 8 p.m., sparked on a landing between the second and third floors of Engine 80 and Ladder 23 on W. 139th St., an FDNY spokesman said.


The fire was extinguished by 25 units, including some firefighters from Engine 80, the spokesman said.


The blaze was being investigated last night, but an FDNY spokesman said it did not appear to be suspicious.


Three firefighters were being treated for minor injuries at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia and two others were rushed to St. Luke's Hospital, the spokesman said.

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Comment by CW on November 29, 2008 at 10:59pm
Man!!! Tht Sucks!!! Wht a Way 2 aRuin a Holiday Weekend !!!! Hopefully Everyone Will recover from Their injuries (GodSpeed) Definately Keepin Them N My Thoughts & Prayers!!!
Comment by Irons38 on November 29, 2008 at 2:17pm
I have a friend on tower ladder 23, he said his house is destroyed. they are relocating there companies. As of today the fire is still under investigation but it is not suspicious

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